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phen·tol·a·mine
[fen-tol-uh-meen, -min]
NOUN [PHARMACOLOGY.]
1.
an alpha blocker, C17H19N3O, used to reduce hypertensive states caused by a catecholamine excess, as in the treatment of pheochromocytoma.
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